The Programme nas been launched
Aim of the programme
Social and economic development strengthened through cultural cooperation, cultural entrepreneurship and cultural heritage management
75 000 000 €
13 235 294 €
Source of programme financing
the EEA Grants, national budget
the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
Donor programme partner(s)
- the Arts Council Norway (ACN)
- the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage (RA)
Cultural Entrepreneurship, Cultural Heritage and Cultural Cooperation
The programme shall focus on the role that culture and cultural heritage play in local and regional development including emphasis on employment, cultural entrepreneurship and vocational training. No more than 60% of the total eligible expenditure of the programme shall be available for infrastructure (hard measures). At least 14% of the total eligible expenditure shall be set aside for cultural cooperation and exchange between the Donor States and Poland. The Programme shall include activities and initiatives in arts and culture that explicitly encourage the inclusion of ethnic and national minorities.
Name of the project
The Jewish Cultural Heritage
Activities in the area of Jewish cultural heritage and bilateral cooperation related to Jewish Cultural Heritage.
Beneficiary: the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Donor project partner(s): the Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities (Oslo), the Jewish Museum (Oslo), the Jewish Museum (Trondheim), the Falstad Centre and Wergeland Centre.
Maximum amount of support: 10 000 000 €